I would like to contact the individuals, or family members of same, listed below in order to learn some information on the forced landing of their B-17 "Hell and Back" at St. Trond, Belgium on 23 January 1945. Thanks. Al CrossonEarl H. Newkirk, Jr. PilotDonald L. Davidson CopilotBernard Jacobs Navig..
My name is Kyle Frick, and I am looking for any information about my grandfather, Kenny Frick, and his service during the war. He was in the 493rd Bomb group, 860th Squadron. He was a waist gunner and master mechanic, and his rank was T-sergeant. Any information anyone can provide will be very helpf..
I recently found in a grouping,the following pictures in a b24's radio crewman from 493th BG. Could you please indicate me the meanning of the number on the bottom of each picture ? Is it possible to identify the airman and/or the unit ? Thanks..
Thanks to the Bangor, ME Public Library http://digicom.bpl.lib.me.us/ww_reg_his/118/..
Always looking to meet/chat with anyone who was a member of the above unit. Any era. Was assigned to the 330th Bomb Sqdn 1951-1954 and have always considered it my best assignment. Like the saying goes...Once a SACman, always a SACman. Fits me:) Bud Winnett..
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Would like to add the following information of my Uncle Archie's crew members who flew the B-17 called
"Cabin in the Sky" (Would like to locate the tail number). Pilot - Richard B. Eaton
Co-Pilot - Daniel F. Predpall
Navigator - Morris Cutler
Toggeleer - G.N. Thomas
Engineer - ..
Just seeing if anyone here knows any info or has any photos of my grandfather, J.W. Sloan. He was in the 863rd and, since he passed when I was 13 (before I knew enough to be interested in his military career), I'd like to know more about him. Thanks! Jeff..
I am looking for information on John Mitchel (or Jon or Michel). I know little about John other than he was at Debach 1943/44, was possibly from New York and survived to return home. His (and I am sure many others) local pub was the Nelson in nearby Ashboking village and locals there remembered him ..
Hello and great holydays,
can anyone help me with B-17G-60-VE, 44-8352 a 493rd BG PFF ship?
Missing 31-December-1944 with the Richard B. Malone Crew on a mission to Misburg, Germany.
I know that this ship was prevously in the 34th BG.
Thank you again and have a great time
Hello Everyone, Again this year, I was able to attend the Memorial Day services at the American Cemetery in Madingley. We had a beautiful, sunny day with a slightly cool breeze. There were many people attending - all ages. At the end of the service, Duxford's B-17 "Sally B" made two passes over the ..